From now on, any stay in Cancun, Tulum, Isla de Mujeres, Playa del Carmen requires a tax on your part. This is the VisiTax. It was introduced in April 2021 to develop local tourism. How to pay the VisiTax to stay in peace? What are those who have to pay this famous tax? Answers are available here.
How to pay the VisiTax?
Letaidu Mexico has introduced the VisiTax for all foreign visitors over the age of four. Find out more about this at Visitax Cancun. There are three main steps to obtaining a receipt to show that you have paid your VisiTax. The first step is to fill out an online form. This is a simple form. You will just have to fill in your name, passport number, email address and age.
The second step is to pay the fee. You can pay via PayPal or your credit card. After that, you will receive a QR code in your email one hour after the payment. Everything is done securely, you will have nothing to worry about. The fee is 42 USD per VisiTax.
Who has to pay the VisiTax?
All foreigners traveling to the state of Quitana Roo, adults and children over the age of four must pay the VisiTax. In addition, any traveler in transit or for tourism and business purposes must also pay the VisiTax. Likewise, if you wish to visit any of the tourist sites such as the island of Cozumel, Cancun or Tulum must pay the VisiTax.
Even if your intentions are not tourist, you must pay the VisiTax. Whether it is a business visit, a health visit, or a visit to the island of Tulum, you must pay the VisiTax. Each visit must not exceed 180 days. Once you have your VisiTax, keep a copy in your travel bag.